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Hoops Rumors Community Shootaround 9/8/15

The Mavericks are reportedly encouraged by what they have seen from Deron Williams during informal workouts this Summer, with the veteran said to be looking leaner and quicker than he has in recent seasons. Williams certainly has quite a bit to prove this season after securing his release from the Nets via a buyout arrangement and signing on with Dallas this offseason.

This will be the second season in a row that the Mavs have added a former All-Star point guard to the roster, with the ill-fated trade with the Celtics for Rajon Rondo last December not working out for the franchise in the least. Williams’ departure from Brooklyn will likely have few fans shedding tears over the loss, with him not nearly coming close to fulfilling the expectations that came with his arrival via trade back in February of 2011. The veteran is expected to be the starter at the point for the Mavs in 2015/16, though exactly how much he has left in the tank at this point is certainly up for debate. In fact, that’s the perfect segue into today’s topic: How will Deron Williams fare in Dallas this season?

While I seriously doubt that many fans will expect a return to the star-level production of his Utah days, the change of scenery could certainly help revitalize Williams’ career in the NBA. What do you predict Williams’ stats to be this season in Dallas? Does anyone believe he can be an All-Star in 2015/16, or do you see his downward slide continuing this season? Take to the comments section below to share your thoughts, opinions, and predictions regarding Williams’ upcoming season. While there’s no prize for being right, there is a certain measure of satisfaction that can be had by being proven correct…and having had your predictions documented in the comments section below for all posterity. We look forward to what you have to say.

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6 thoughts on “Hoops Rumors Community Shootaround 9/8/15

  1. He will never be the player he was in Utah but he will start and contribute, if healthy, and he’s an upgrade over Rondo!

  2. Chuck Myron

    I’ll take a stab and say 14.5 PPG with 5.7 APG. A little more scoring, a little less ball-distribution than his last two seasons with the Nets.

  3. Adam

    Playoff team- 15.8ppg, 7.1apg

  4. David

    7th or 8th sees. He could average at most of say 15-16 points. With the 3 point shooters we have he should have more space to create off the bounce. but more realistically he’s going to be a 13.5 or 14 point player. He should rack up a few assists with parsons, dirk, Mathews. Is say about 4-6 assists depending on how much mpg.

  5. Starling De la Cruz

    He’s been good this season maybe all star level, he averaged 17ppg and 8apg and 5 seed for playoffs

  6. Chadi

    15pts/6ast/2reb/2stl in 32 minutes

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